Ever since Latisse® was released, every woman has thought about trying it out at least at one time or another. After all, we all want beautiful, long eyelashes right? While the idea of getting more luscious lashes is appealing, there are some things every person who is considering using Latisse should know.
You Need A Prescription
Latisse requires that you get a prescription from your doctor, PA-C, or ARNP. For the most part, your doctor will not object to giving you a Latisse prescription if your eyes are healthy. This means basically anyone who does not have glaucoma or an eye infection can get Latisse fairly easily.
What To Do
In order to apply Latisse, you simply have to put a small drop onto a tiny eyeliner brush and apply it to the top line of your lashes, just as you would eyeliner. If you find that the brush is dry after application, you can use another drop. On the other hand, if you find that the brush is still wet after applying Latisse to both eyelids, use the leftover liquid on your eyebrows if they could use some thickening. This process can take place either in the morning or at night before you go to bed, whichever is more convenient for you.
Interested in Latisse?
If you are considering lengthening and thickening your eyelashes with Latisse, you can call Med 1 Aesthetics and we can give you more information on this amazing product. We can also tell you if we think you are a good candidate and give you quotes on prices!